We offer on-site electrical control repair on Conveyors!

Galco's expert field service technicians can service and repair electrical control commponents that control your Conveyor fast. Our technicians have long time experience with all kinds of industrial machinery, and are factory trained with quality solutions. Our fast response time minimizes your downtime. We also offer emergency support with a 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year dispatch available. Our technicians also have a parts advantage with access to Galco's millions of in stock parts!

What we'll do:

  • Contact you: We'll contact you to schedule your field service appointment at a time that is best for you.
  • Get your Approval: We'll ask for your approval to proceed.
  • Dispatch the Technician to Your Location: The technician will then be dispatched to your location to service your application.
  • Troubleshoot your Machine: Upon arrival the technician will troubleshoot your application.
  • Offer a Solution: After troubleshooting we will work for a solution to your problem. The technician will atempt repairing your application or we can offer you new control units.*
  • Quality Follow-up: Once service on your application is complete you will receive a follow-up phone call for a quality check.
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What is a Conveyor?

What is a Conveyor
A Conveyor is a common part of industrial machining that moves material from one location to another. Conveyors usually consist of large systems that allow movement of large, heavy, and bulky material. Conveyors provide quick, convenient, and most importantly safe, transportation for a variety of materials. These materials can range in size and weight. Due to extensive size and weight of some materials Conveyors can lower the risk of human injury by avoiding the need for human labor on heavy materials. Conveyors are also easy to install and can greatly increase productivity.
Types of Conveyors
  • Roller Conveyors: Roller Conveyors are best when transporting items that are uneven, or rickety. Roller Conveyors are designed to transport materials that are not flat or perfectly even. When using roller Conveyors the materials must fit within the border of the Conveyor or the item will not transport properly. types of Conveyors
  • Belt Conveyors: Belt Conveyors are best for transporting smaller lighter material. With belt Conveyors it is impossible for the materials to fall through allowing you to transport fine delicate materials.
  • Bucket Conveyors: Bucket Conveyors are common for transporting fine material usualy in a vertical line of motion.
  • Vibrating Conveyors: Vibrating Conveyors are usual shaped like a trough to avoid materials falling. Just like the name, the Conveyor vibrates to transport material from one point to another.
  • Chain Conveyors: Chain Conveyors are mainly used for transporting heavier loads. The loads are moved using a motor that provides the force to move the chain thus moving the materials.
  • Screw Conveyors: Screw Conveyors typically have an enclosed fixture with a rotating screw pushing material forward. These Conveyors are usually used to transport liquid and other fine materials.
  • Tow Conveyors: Tow Conveyors are used to pull a series of carts that contain material. There is a track imbedded on the floor that these carts follow.
  • Skatewheel Conveyors: Skate wheel Conveyors work well for flat and even materials. Most commonly these materials are flat sheets of wood, metal, or plastics.
Some Conveyor manufacturers include:
  • Hytrol
  • Rapistan
  • Intralox
  • Lacer CO
  • Automation Technologies
  • New London
  • ATS Automation
  • Dynapace
  • Dorner
Conveyor manufacturers
Conveyors are commonly utilized in these industries:
  • Chemicals
  • Paint
  • Rubber
  • Food processing
  • Machining
  • Fabrication
  • Marine
  • Material Handling
  • Metal Processing
  • Paper and printing
  • Stone
  • Concrete
packaging Conveyor
Products Used in Conveyor Applications
These products can be found controlling Conveyors:
  • AC Drives
  • DC Drives
  • PLCs
  • Process Control
  • Timers
  • Monitors
  • HMIs
  • Soft Starts
  • Light Curtains
Galco offers repair on all of these products!
Conveyor control
Common Problems & Failures
Common points of failure:
  • Contactors
  • AC or DC drives
  • Proximity switches
  • Optical photo eye
  • Start/Stop switches
  • Switches
  • Motor starters
  • PLC's
Conveyor problems and failures
*Based on circumstance, not all machines can be repaired under our capabilities and warranties are not offered.